Dr. Emmo's Pet First Aid Ear Care Ear RinseThis page contains information on Dr. Emmo's Pet First Aid Ear Care Ear Rinse for veterinary use.
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Dr. Emmo's Pet First Aid Ear Care Ear RinseThis treatment applies to the following species:
● Eliminates Odor
● Kills 99.9% of Bacteria*
SAFE FOR ALL PETS
Cleans and deodorizes
Maintains healthy pet ears
Dr. Emmo’s Ear Care Rinse is an all-natural, antimicrobial cleanse that is safe for maintaining healthy pet eats. Dr. Emmo’s Ear Care Rinse will break down & remove wax, debris, irritants and eliminate odor causing bacteria from the ear canals of all pets.
Directions For Use
Shake well. Gently apply Dr. Emmo’s Ear Care Rinse directly into the ear or put liquid on to a cotton ball and gently swab outer ear canal. Let your pet shake out any extra solution. Use a soft cloth to remove excess debris from outer ear canal. Use as often as needed. Safe to use around mouth, nose and eyes.
INGREDIENTS: Purified ECA Water, Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl), Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl), Sodium Chloride (NaCl) and Hypochlorite Ion.
WarningsFor external use only. For animal use only.
If your pet has ear mites treat with a miocide.
If your pet has an ear infection please consult a veterinarian.
Store at room temperature. Avoid direct sunlight and heat.
Manufactured by NLS, 9420 E. Doubletree Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85258
MADE IN THE USA
4 fl. oz. (118ml)
NAC No.: 1721001.0
9420 EAST DOUBLETREE RANCH RD., SUITE #103, SCOTTSDALE, AZ, 85258
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